What Are the Signs of Zinc Overdose?

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Taking too much zinc might cause some distasteful and potentially dangerous side effects and the signs to look for a zinc overdose include abdominal distress and compromised immune system. Other signs are mineral deficiencies which may include severe fatigue, paleness of the skin, headaches and heart arrhythmia.
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